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  • July 2010 | Volume 23 - Issue 7
    Jason R. Hanft, DPM, FACFAS, and Maribel Henao, DPM
    15,195 reads | 0 comments | 06/22/10
    Living and non-living skin equivalents can be valuable adjunctive treatments for chronic lower extremity wounds. Accordingly, these authors review the current literature, discuss the role of advanced therapies in facilitating wound closure and provide pertinent case studies. The management of chronic non-healing ulcerations continues to be a challenge for healthcare practitioners today. Not only can ulcers eventually lead to serious complications such as infection and amputation, they also affect the quality of life and bring about a significant economic burden. ... continue reading
    Brian McCurdy, Senior Editor
    35,826 reads | 2 comments | 06/18/10
    Technology continues to facilitate advances in podiatry that can make a significant difference for patients. Accordingly, this author talks to a variety of podiatric physicians about emerging options in surgery, wound care, orthotic treatment and other modalities. In this annual look at emerging podiatric technologies and products, the author consults various podiatrists on the benefits of a wound debridement system, an ankle implant, surgical devices, an orthotic casting system, a new method of pathogen detection and more. ... continue reading